Definition of globalism in English:

globalism

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noun

[mass noun]
  • The operation or planning of economic and foreign policy on a global basis: millions have lost jobs to the new globalism
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    • Economic globalism and military globalism are not just distinct; they represent opposing forces in the world today.
    • It is globalism of economic processes that account for why the world, and not just the single nation, is the relevant domain to consider in understanding this.
    • However, one can appreciate the importance of globalization without slipping into such globalism.

Derivatives

globalist

noun & adjective
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  • Yet, globalists do expect governments to play an extremely active role in implementing their political agenda.
  • There is nothing conservative in policies that destroy farming families to line the pockets of globalist corporate executives.
  • It is definitely true that globalist banking policies do not help the situation, but the countries still have some degree of responsibility for agreeing to them first.

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